The Moravian Ministries Foundation launched its new website (www.mmfa.info) in late January to offer tools and information for Moravians who want to help the ministries they care about.
The redesigned site features information about the Foundation’s services (endowment management, planned giving and campaign services), relevant articles and news, blog posts by our staff and resources for pastors and church lay leaders.
“We want the website to be a tool for all Moravians who are ready to help the ministries they care about most as well as for churches, pastors and lay leaders who need investment information, articles for their newsletters or bulletins, information about starting a capital campaign and more,” says Paul McLaughlin, president of the Ministries Foundation.
“Our goal is to help Moravian individuals, churches and agencies grow and sustain the ministries that are central to our faith, and we want our new website to provide tools to do the same.”
“We last redesigned our website in 2008,” explains Lee Morgan, of the Ministries Foundation. “Five years is a long time in the computer world, and in that time, websites have changed enormously. Today, it’s much easier to create and include interactive features for websites, from blogs to audio and video files to event registrations. We wanted to take advantage of these features to make our website a place people would want to visit more than once. It’s been an interesting, creative—sometimes frustrating—but ultimately fulfilling process, and we hope you enjoy the results.”
If you have any suggestions for how the Ministries Foundation can improve their web experience, please let them know.
Says Paul, “The address will remain the same (www.mmfa.info) but we know your first visit after the new site has launched will be very different!”
For more information contact Paul McLaughlin, Foundation president, at 888.722.7923 or email@example.com